UDL Principle III: Engagement

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UDL Principle III: Multiple Means of Engagement

A curriculum that is universally designed provides flexibility in the ways information is presented, in the ways students demonstrate knowledge and skills, and in the ways that students are engaged. The three principles of UDL provide the framework for creating this flexibility in curriculum design.




Link Icon Let’s examine UDL Principle III. Select the link to the National Center on Universal Design for Learning to read an explanation of the guidelines for multiple means of engagement. As you look closer look at Principle III, Guidelines 7, 8, and 9, think how you could apply the various suggestions of how to incorporate this principle into your classroom instruction. Also, take a look at the research that supports the checkpoint.


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